A group of templates for creating a lap book to helps students explore the word 'Leap' and its relationship to the event, Leap Year. Includes templates for flashcards, matchbooks, pockets,flip book, and coloring,cutting, gluing, and matching activities.
The letters of the alphabet, presented in black outline, filled with the colorful heads of Lincoln and Washington. Four letters to a page. Great for bulletin boards, desk decorations, and more. These match our February presidents calendar header.
[member-created with abctools] Write a Groundhog Day report on the lined paper with a realistic picture of a groundhog across the top of the page. Use the words in the provided word bank (from "brown" to "vegetarian") to write the report.
This one page nonfiction selection explains the possible origins and some beliefs about this February 2nd holiday. It is followed by 6 true/false questions, 3 multiple choice questions, and 5 questions that require brief written responses.
Colorful heart shapes hold numbers from 1-31, as well as plus, minus, multiplication and equals signs. Great for making a February calendar or for playing math games. Six to a page. Includes additional, large heart to color or use for a calendar.
This one page nonfiction selection presents the history and reasons for February 29th. It is followed by 7 multiple choice questions, 5 questions that require brief written responses, and a word search.
The letters of the alphabet, presented in black outline, filled with the heads of Lincoln and Washington. Four letters to a page. Great for bulletin boards, desk decorations, and more. These match our February presidents calendar header.
From "groundhog" to "valentine". A list of ten February-themed spelling words, then practice pages including a page for copying the words, ABC order, a word search, a spelling test, and room to draw a picture for the month.
Where did this month get its name? What is it called in other countries? Does it have special flowers or stones associated with it? Learn the answers to these questions, plus room for writing about your feelings about the month.
A fact-filled three-page reading comprehension biography of the author of the Declaration of Independence is followed by 12 multiple choice questions, 5 questions requiring short written responses a longer essay question.
A one page biographical reading comprehension piece about America's first female African-American millionaire is followed by 4 multiple choice questions and 5 questions requiring short written responses.
Read a John Henry tall tale and answer the multiple choice questions, then read a true story about John Henry with short answer comprehension questions. Sort fact from fiction in a review worksheet. Think and write about the values reflected in these tall tales. Finally: Write your own John Henry tall tale. A great unit!
Cut out the shapes. There are three pages. The first page is a suggested cover page. Make copies of as many lined and/or unlined pages as you like in order to make a book. Use the lined pages for writing and the unlined pages for drawing/pasting pictures. Staple all
the pages together for a great shapebook in the shape of its subject.